The British Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania is inviting to register and attend morning Panel discussion on ‘Brexit: a ‘no deal’ scenario & the possible impact for companies within the supply chain’ to be held on September 26th, 9.00 am at the British Embassy (Antakalnio g. 2, Vilnius).
The aim is to bring together logistic and manufacturing companies for an open discussion and sharing of best practice on what to expect and how to best prepare in the event of the least desired outcome for Brexit.
We hope that this type of discussion will generate some good ideas on possible solutions on how to pre-plan in case of ‘no deal’ scenario.
The British Ambassador Claire Lawrence agreed to give an introduction on the latest updates in negotiations followed by BCCL members panel discussion to be moderated by Laura Čereškaitė – Kinčiuvienė, partner at AVERUS (law firm specialising in transport and logistics).
8.45 – Arrival, registration, coffee & mingling;
9.00 – Welcome from the British Chamber of Commerce in Lithuania;
9.05 – Address and the latest updates on Brexit negotiations by the British Ambassador Claire Lawrence;
9.30 – Panel discussion with input, comments and concerns by BCCL members representing manufacturing and logistics:
Moderator Laura Čereškaitė – Kinčiuvienė, transport law expert & partner @ law firm AVERUS.
Followed by public engagement, Q&A.
10.30 – 11.00 Coffee, mingling.
! There‘s no cost to attend. However, due to limited space at the Embassy, the priority is to be given to manufacturing & logistic companies and those working with the UK market.
Registrations are accepted no later than September 24th. Contact person: Sandra Kundrote, BCCL Executive Director, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Mob. +370 611 374 86.
We express our sincere thanks to the British Embassy for kindly hosting this discussion.
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